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CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 8:00pm EST
of living. in particular, household energy bills. labor leader ed miliband a pledge that came to dominate much of the next few weeks. >> the system is broken. we are going to fix it. if we win that election in 2015, the next labor government will freeze gas and electricity prices until the start of 2017. >> the first of what turned out to be a series of price rises by the gas and electricity companies came to winsett and lake behind the energy secretary answering questions in the commons. >> during the course of these questions, they have announced that they will increase gas prices by 8.4%. and electricity prices by 10.4%. this is a company that has passed on the highest share of its profits to its shareholders while making the least amount of investment. >> that is extremely disappointing news for british gas customers. british gas will need to justify the decision openly and transparently. >> week after week at prime minister's questions, the labor leader just kept talking about energy. >> the prime minister said there is a certain amount you can do, freezing energy prices, while the c
CBS
Jan 5, 2014 7:00pm PST
that were developed in the energy sector were supposed to create jobs and help america break its reliance on fossil fuels. the government supported it and billions of tax dollars were spent. so how is the investnt going? solyndra went through over half a billion dollars before it failed. then, i'm going to give you a list of others failures-- abound energy, beacon power, fisker, v.p.g. i'm exhausted. >> as i told you in the beginning, the energy business is tough. >> simon: hollywood's always had its bad guys-- think the joker or darth vader. but its biggest villain is a man who calls himself kim dotcom. you won't see him on the big screen but, until recently, he ran a service that made it possible for you to see almost any movie you wanted to for next to nothing. >> i'm good at this whole business game. >> simon: you're just a plain businessman... a plain businessman who, when he was a teenager, hacked into the pentagon and nasa? come on. >> pelley: wow. that is astounding. ho, look at that. whoa. >> yeah! >> pelley: oh, my god. >> incredible. what a sight. you're looking right into the
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2014 10:00am PST
residents to finance the energy and renewal capital improvement improvement and take other action necessary thereof. >> thank you mr. clerk. this item colleagues is a resolution i introduced and sponsored with the mayor with the revitaltation of greenfinancesf and that we support the office of the department and to take the appropriate steps to get greenfinancesf up and running. i want to thank all my cosponsors for their cosponsorship. in particular i want to thank supervisor mar for his early leadership on the issue. when the program was first put for thed and stalled in 2010 and with ground work with stakeholders from all of the communities and last tuesday the mayor and i announced to kick start greenfinancesf and continue san francisco's tradition of combating climate change, push out city down the path of reducing greenhouse gas emission goals and put san franciscans to in the neighborhoods and finance projects in their home. this program for residential properties of our units or less is referred to as pace so financing structure that will enable san francisco at no cost to the c
SFGTV
Jan 2, 2014 8:00am PST
and cleanpowersf energy efficiency and facilities and local jobs patrols strategies and. >> maybe thank you mr. chair typically we start the status with the status of the puc and barbara hail is here to provide that to you. >> thank you. most of our activities recently on the cca front for in puc proceedings where pg and e's green tariff option has continued to move forward. developing a green rate the statute requires a commission decision by july so we are expecting that the commission will need to issue at least a proposed decision in the april time frame in order to meet that statute requirement at this point we would expect pg and e's projected green tariff rate to be initially offered at 12.3 cents a kill owatt hour and that rate is forecast to increase to 9.4 cents a kilowatt hour in january so pg and e's basic service energy component of basic service rates is increasing come january to 9.4 cents and their current proposal before the cpuc under the green tariff option would be to offer the one hundred percent green power at 12.3 cents a kilowatt hour again that's just a proposal. we
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2013 9:00pm EST
politicians had to change tack. they concentrated on the cost of living. in particular, household energy bills. labor leader ed miliband a pledge that came to dominate much of the next few weeks. >> the system is broken. we are going to fix it. 2015,win that election in the next labor government will freeze gas and electricity prices until the start of 2017. >> the first of what turned out to be a series of price rises by the gas and electricity companies came to winsett and energy secretary answering questions in the commons. >> during the course of these questions, they have announced that they will increase gas prices by 8.4%. and electricity prices by 10.4%. that has company passed on the highest share of its profits to its shareholders while making the least amount of investment. >> that is extremely disappointing news for british gas customers. british gas will need to adjust -- justified the decision openly and transparently. at primefter week minister's questions, the labor leader just kept talking about energy. >> the prime minister said there is a certain amount you can do, freezing
CSPAN
Jan 2, 2014 6:00am EST
to change tack and concentrate on the cost of living. on household energy bills. labour leader ed miliband made a pledge that came to dominate much of the next few weeks. >> the system is broken. we've got to fix it. if we win that election in 2015, the next labour government will freeze gas and electricity prices until the start of 2017 of. [applause] >> the first of what turned out to be a series of price rises but gas and electricity companies came coincidentally at the very time the energy sector was answering questions in the comments. >> during the course of these questions, british gas have announced november 23 to increase gas prices by 8.4%. their electricity prices i can .4%. this is the company that has passed on highchair of profits to shareholders but at the same time making the least amount of investment. >> first, trying to its extreme of disappointing news for bridget gas customers. british gas will need to justify their decisions openly and transparently to bill payers. >> week after week at prime minister's questions the labour leader just kept talking about energy. >> on
CBS
Dec 30, 2013 2:00am PST
of energy is so abundant, it can help provide the power for all this? natural gas. ♪ more than ever before, america's electricity is generated by it. exxonmobil uses advanced visualization and drilling technologies to produce natural gas... powering our lives... while reducing emissions by up to 60%. energy lives here. ♪ >> garrett: we're back with more of our panel, i must say i'm enjoying this conversation immensely. put this around the table. fascinating future of technological innovations that we just saw or about to see. go around the table. >> for me, all roads lead to space. i'm excited about what we're going to see in space in the following year. the mars probe is going to be arriving at mars, sampling the ancient atmosphere determining how much of the atmosphere is left is dynamic. how much we can possibly see of that atmosphere being able to sustain life. also going to see increasing private sector launches to the international space station. orbit science has launch schedule in january. idea that we're going to privatize space as massive enterprise, suddenly doesn't any more
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2013 1:00am EST
the three nations exploded. the single largest export market, 98% of their energy services and products. more than 8 million u.s. jobs depend on our trade with canada. mexico is our second largest export market and some 6 million u.s. jobs depend on our trade with mexico. a highly efficient and integrated supply chain has developed among the north american economies. interregional trade flows have increased to about 290 billion dollars in 1993 and over $1 trillion in 2012. more than $1 billion a day cross our southern border. about half of our trade with canada and mexico take place between related companies. and the resulting specialization has increased productivity in all three economies. we not only sell things to one another, we make things together. quite remarkably, for every dollar of goods, $.25 of u.s. input is in canadian goods that come across our border. and $.40 of mexican goods is u.s. content that comes across our border. and with china, it is four cents. mexico has made a substantial investment in the united states signing the nafta in sectors of cement, bread, dairy, a
SFGTV
Jan 4, 2014 8:30am PST
of the environment, and office of public finance to enable city residents to finance the costs of energy efficiency and renewable energy capital improvements; and to take such other actions necessary therefor. ~ improvements. >> supervisor farrell. >> thank you, president chiu. colleagues, today we're here to vote on a resolution i co-sponsored along with mayor ed lee urging for the revitalization for finance of green finance sf and ask as a board we support the departments of the environment and the office of public finance to take the appropriate steps to get green finance sf up and running again. i want to thank my co-sponsors, supervisor wiener, supervisor tang, supervisor mar, supervisor kim, supervisor chiu, supervisor yee and supervisor cohen, and particularly want to thank supervisor mar for his early leadership on this issue when the program was put forward a number of years ago and ultimately stalled. so, this year after nearly six months of groundwork various stakeholders of the environment and finance and labor communities, on november 26, mayor lee and i held a press conference to anno
CNBC
Dec 30, 2013 1:00pm EST
by up to 60%. energy lives here. ♪ at a company that's bringing media and technology together. next is every second of nbcuniversal's coverage 0f the 2014 olympic winter games. it's connecting over one million low-income americans to broadband internet at home. it's a place named one america's most veteran friendly employers. next is information and entertainment in ways you never thought possible. welcome to what's next. comcastnbcuniversal. . >>> wall street and big investors are big on clubs, golf clubs, country clubs, tennis clubs, ski clubs but what about the 400% club? sheila is reporting on a very exclusive set of stocks that really shined in 2013. she joins us live from the nasdaq. over to you. >> we have been screening the russell 1000 for these extreme names and found six stocks with market caps of over a billion dollars that made the very elite 400 club. solar was a big theme. sunpower was up. canadian solar was up 750% as investors rewarded the company from making the transformation took a power plant. big picture analysts tell me 2013 was a banner year for solar stocks.
FOX Business
Dec 31, 2013 3:00pm EST
and diversifying the business globally are really in the industrial and the energy sector, those are my three favorite sectors for 2014. cheryl: energy is one of the more interesting choices because of energy production in the united states, is that why you like the energy sector? speaker that is correct. it will transform the u.s. economy for drawn back manufacturing jobs in the united states making u.s. businesses more competitive globally because when you think about global competition it is not just about low wages and it's about creating things higher value. if we in addition to having more productive workers which we do in the u.s., vellore energy cost i think that'll be a double whammy benefit for u.s. businesses a lot of that is going to come from the energy infrastructure in the united states. cheryl: overall, many of our viewers are still sitting the cash they have saved. over the last three months. what do you say to those investors who are still playing the fixed income space, still very nervous, especially i their thinking of emerging markets which has been frankly a negative sto
Bloomberg
Jan 5, 2014 10:00pm EST
. thatng us, joseph, we know coal powered energy in china really produces the most aleutian in china. what are the fixes? >> a couple of things. you need to change the fuel mix. wind,d more nuclear, more more solar, but it is not going to happen overnight. you need to build that, and it will change. >> when you talk about changes you are talking about solar energy, wind powered energy, and nuclear energy as well. how are things coming into play? how quickly can they come into play for china? >> nuclear is the big ticket item. wind and solar help, but the big-ticket item takes a while to build. for gas you need gas. trying to get more gas into china, but that takes time. nuclear power, five years building, three years planning. 2020 we will see some major changes. new leadership. there are all these new policies coming into play, yet it looks like the problems are getting worse. why is there such a disconnect where the policy is in place but the problem is getting worse? >> that is a good question. in 2008.ly started it takes time to execute. you have seen some positive benefits already. wi
CSPAN
Jan 3, 2014 12:30pm EST
energy bills at the party conference the labor leader made a pledge that came to dominate much of the next few weeks. >> the system is broken and we can fix it. if we win that election in 2015, the next labor government will freeze the gas and electricity prices until the start of 2017. >> the first of what turned out to be a series run on gas and electricity companies can coincidentally at the very time that the energy secretary had questions and comments. >> in the course of the questions the british caps have announced that november 23rd they will increase their gas prices by 8.4%. and electricity prices by 10.4%. >> it is a company that has passed on a high share of the profit to the shareholders at the same time making the least amount of investors. >> first, mr. speaker, it is extremely disappointing news for the british gas customers. the british gas will need to justify, they need to justify openly and transparently to the payer. >> week after week as the prime minister's questions leader just kept talking about energy. >> the prime minister said, and i quote, there is
SFGTV
Dec 30, 2013 10:00pm PST
and energy assets. and perhaps that could be a piece of the conversation as well. >> with that, we will -- >> can i add? knowing that the time is compressing, so we may want to have a further conversation on the items that you brought up and the other thing that i'm just sort of directing staff is that, you know, we are now looking at rate increases. so i mean we are trying to live within our budget as much as possible. we definitely would like to have a conversation of what expectations you have versus what other things that we are doing and how can we be more efficient, do more with less. >> i think as we've talked about in some of our past budget proceedings that if there is a way to present it to us in someway that you can recommend whether it's based on urgency or what's the criteria related to sort of the urgency of it. what do we need to do when i think that would be really helpful as we condense the timeframe and knowing how much we want to do. >> good. thank you very much. >> all right. so, todd, don't go too far away. so, todd is going to present on power revenue and c
CNBC
Dec 30, 2013 5:00pm EST
very, very fast. if you have that, then the whole illusion. >> the energy miracle is a short lived phenomenon. >> sure. >> some of the things brian is saying, i actually think in the first quarter is when you will see a major squeeze for companies that produce or mine metals. >> that means people like southern copper, people like bhp. i would stay with the more diversified players. you need to go for good balance sheets but people are short this sector. if you look at what's going on with the g3 growth, all the numbers coming out, fourth quarter coming in. i think the first quarter, but again people are very short. it's about positioning people are short the sector. i think all this good news means that finally, really for financials. >> jim, how do you see the markets play out? >> not focusing necessarily on the sector. you have got to realize that december had a lot of professional money managers. they were doing anything to catch up. that's got the market higher than it ought to be. i think there is room for a five to seven percent correction there. i don't think the oil renaiss
FOX Business
Dec 29, 2013 11:00pm EST
the all-new 2014 cla250 starting at just $29,900. [ male announcer ] wt kind of energy is so abundant, it can help pride the power for all th natural gas. ♪ more than evebefore, america's electricity is generated by it. exnmobil uses advanced visualization and drilling technologies to produce natural gas... powering our lives... while reducing emissions by up to 60%. energy livehere ♪ just by talking to a helmet. it grabbed the patient's record before we even picked himp. it found out the doctor we needed was at st. anne's. wiggle your toes. [ driver ] and it got his okay on treatment from miles away. it even pulled strings with the stoplights. my ambulance talks with smoke alarms and pilots and adis. but, of course, 's a good listener too. [ female annncer ] today cisco is connecting the internet of erything. so everything works like never before. >>> the wash tone postfact checker today released today its top ten lies of year, that's a lot of lies. we thought because it's television we would bring you the five worst, let's start with number five, 5, president obama's claim that
KICU
Jan 1, 2014 4:00am PST
. > >will the sun shine on alternative energy stocks this year---such as solar panel stocks? > >i do like it and i think there is going to be so much more money spent on r &d in these stocks and there are two in particular that i like. first solar and then a company out of china called csun--china sunergy. > >moving on to sectors that you would stay away from in 2014. > >the industrials. you look at those and they've had a real nice run as rates have stayed low and dividend yields have been fantastic. now that we have seen rates climbing and we just have seen the start, i think this sector has really probably topped out and is going to underperform going forward. > >scott, always a pleasure. > >thanks angie. in our cover story, the fed tapering of its bond-buying program could be a boost to commodities traders. they see futures in 20-14 looking better, weather-permitting, and less volatile than stocks at this time. thanks largely to hydralic fracturing or fracking, u-s oil production is on track to nearly reach an all-time high. according to the energy information administration's 20-14 o
CBS
Dec 31, 2013 4:00am PST
incandescents were replaced with more energy official bulbs more than a year ago. the rest of the country will have to follow beginning january 1st. how much more can a customer expect to pay? >> a customer is going to pay anywhere from two to four times more for a bulb. >> reporter: the government said l.e.d. and compact fluorescent use about 25% to 85% less energy and can last up to 25 times longer. this homeowner said switching out 20 light bulbs in his home saves him about 100 a year. >> the cheapest thing as a homeowner that would drop your energy bill. all of them using one-fourth or one-sixth the energy to provide the same amount of light is a significant savings. >> reporter: stores can still sell the 40-watt and 60-watt incandescent bulbs until they run out. 75 to 100 bulbs were fazed out. he says it's left many customers in the dark. >> they didn't understand why the incandescents were going away. or didn't know they were going away. >> reporter: the government estimates that homeowners could save $26 billion in 2015 with this simple switch. bigad shaban, cbs news. >>> strait ah
CNBC
Dec 31, 2013 6:00pm EST
. invested in the world. bny mellon. the energy in one gallon of gas is also enough to keep your smartphone running for how long? 30 days? 300 days? 3,000 days? the answer is... 3,000 days. because of gasoline's high energy density, your car doesn't have to carry as much fuel compared to other energy sources. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. [ male announcer ] this december, experience the gift of exacting precision and some of the best offers of the year at the lexus december to remember sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection. i needed a new laptop for my pre-med classes, something that runs office and has a keyboard. but i wanted a tablet for me, for stuff like twitter and xbox, so my downtime can be more like uptime. that's why i got a windows 2 in 1 which does both -- works as a laptop and a tablet. so i can manage my crazy life, and also have a life. [ beep ] gotta go. ♪ >>> we're riding the delicious magical money mystery tour tonight and i'm giving you the life lessons i learned the hard way. i told you first how to get your kids started early. in this told you abou
CNBC
Dec 30, 2013 6:00pm EST
. this is the pursuit of perfection. the energy in one gallon of gas is also enough to keep your smartphone running for how long? 30 days? 300 days? 3,000 days? the answer is... 3,000 days. because of gasoline's high energy density, your car doesn't have to carry as much fuel compared to other energy sources. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. [ male announcer ] this december, experience the gift of unsurpassed craftsmanship and some of the best offers of the year at the lexus december to remember sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> in this era of information overload, how do you tell what really matters to your portfolio? i think the filtering out the clutter and being able to focus like a laz or what's generally impactful is so important that i devoted an entire chapter in my latest book get rich carefully to show you what does matter and what doesn't and tonight i'm sharing some of these insights with you gratis although the cynics in the audience might point out i'm be shamelessly self-promotional @jimcramer, to which i say, of course, in an effort to cut the bull. not tha
CNBC
Dec 29, 2013 7:30pm EST
of its energy? is it africa? the middle east? canada? or the u.s.? the answer is... the u.s. ♪ most of america's energy comes from right here at home. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. >> if the president would like a window on the most threatening problem in america, he'll find it in wilmington, ohio, where unemployment has reached levels not seen in decades. it's a company town, and the company is leaving. >> you just have to start doing, and you do without things, and... your son drops out of college early. >> he dropped out of college. >> yeah, we had to-- we had to pull him. [ticking] >> of all the bakeries in america, this one takes the cake, not only for the way
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 2:00pm EST
. the northeast is bracing for cold temperatures and while in hawaii, the sun is providing energy. >>> deadly violence is continuing to escalate in iraq and car bombs killed as many as 1el people. the suny fighters are continuing to fight. secretary of state is saying that the u.s. is supporting the iraqi government but not putting more troops on the ground. the al qaeda linked group islamic state of iraq is in control of two cities there. we have the attempts to regain power. >> after a standoff for days they are ready to enter the city and fight the group. the agreement to do so is hard fought. the standoff is indicating the tension between the new tribes and the government but now the prime minister has an agreement and poised to act. >> the increased coordination wean the army and the tribesmen and the army is providing the tribes with the weapons. i think this issue is resolved within one or two days to expel the groups. >> but one or two days is opt a mystic and they have surgical air strikes video and they are lipted to the cities and other strong holds are outside of the city. only ad
CBS
Jan 5, 2014 6:30pm PST
the bay area. tomorrow afternoon it looks cloudy. this is no energy in the atmosphere. it is, you know, it will be a dirty ridge of high pressure. as a result we have clouds, cooling. there is still no sign of rain looking into next week. heading out of sfo tomorrow. it looks like partly sunny conditions, high of 62 at the airport. elsewhere, though, weather say big problem. in new york they get rain. in chicago, 11 below 0. that is a high for tomorrow. and denver, sunshine after snow today. losangeles down to the southland looks good. overnight lows tonight, going to the 30sin napa. 33 degrees, 33 at fairfield and 35 at livermore. in san francisco tonight, 43 degrees. and then day time highs tomorrow, 5-10 degrees above average. sanfrancisco, 64, 8 degrees above average. san jose, 5 degrees what is average about for this time of the year. south bay, 65 in mountain view. 67. over in the east bay. antioch is up to 64. up at napa a63 degrees. north bay, looks good. not -- sun in the morning then increasing clouds in the day. all of numbers are cooler than what we had today. that will beg
FOX
Dec 31, 2013 4:30am PST
of highway 4. >>> starting tomorrow uc berkeley will take on a new energy policy aimed at saving energy and reducing cost. the office will recommend energy efficient designs for construction projects. the college has already taken cost saving measures by installing energy efficient light fixtures and installing sensors that turn off lights when they are not in use. >>> flu season is under way in the bay area. health officials say there is still time. including fever, aches, and coughing. cases of influenza a jumped 20% in the past two weeks at kizers region. the last week of december is the typical start of flu season. >>> the king tides are appearing along coastal areas around the bay area. so far they are not causing much flooding. flooding did force cal tran to shut down some streets but flooding has been minimal. high tide reached nearly 7,000 feet. the tides are expected to stay around through thursday. if you are heading to the beach be careful. >>> 4:40 is the time. getting ready for new years eve. the celebration firefighters want everyone to avoid and the fines you can face. >>
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2014 3:00am PST
that that was the district energy so i wanted to maintain a little bit more about what district energy and pooling is. when you have as large a site and the diverse mixed of uses with retail and other commercial uses on this site our energy and demand loads are fluctuating over the die resident are getting ready during the day then go to work so it shift. so we have sufficient energy loads cross the site site. we in the last if you most have been able to do more due diligence on some of the legal issues and the financial faebltd of a partnership like. we think that makes sense to due audio due diligence. another interesting experience so on the geometrical size we're thinking about the pedestrian size on the site what at this time like. somethings that gangs that it the parking garage. so we had the idea was if we could put the parking underground. that opens up a pan box we've had fun digging into that this fall and winter. open the development controls and design guidelines one area we'll paid at the scene is developing the waterfront project. we've created this new concept of a working waterfront type o
CNBC
Dec 30, 2013 12:00pm EST
to value? are you looking at as an alternative energy stock, automobile company? >> no. automobile stock, and i'm also look at bmw and volkswagen, two companies making cars for about 100 years, and doing a fabulous job, by all reports, with their new versions of plug-ins or hybrid electric cars. i think that will bring these guys back to earth. you have a benchmark to measure them against. as everybody else starts doing this, forget about those two for a moment and go to audi and mercedes-benz and the rest. they're priced less than tesla, bringing a lot of expert ease to the situation, and i don't know how tesla holds on to the valuation. >> i doubt any tesla investors, very few, at least, in tesla because they're looking at it purely as automobile stock and looking at it compared to gm or a ford or an audi or a volkswagen. >> that's a problem with it, frankly. it is an auto company. they need infrastructure in terms of dealership and service stations, despite the fact they say they're easy to service. so they need that. and guess what? they're overvalued on any metric. bmw put $35 billi
CNBC
Dec 31, 2013 7:00pm EST
be coming your way. please stay with us. ♪ [ male announcer ] what kind of energy is so abundant, it can help provide the power for all this? natural gas. ♪ more than ever before, america's electricity is generated by it. exxonmobil uses advanced visualization and drilling technologies to produce natural gas... powering our lives... while reducing emissions by up to 60%. energy lives here. ♪ just by talking to a helmet. it grabbed the patient's record before we even picked him up. it found out the doctor we needed was at st. anne's. wiggle your toes. [ driver ] and it got his okay on treatment from miles away. it even pulled strings with the stoplights. my ambulance talks with smoke alarms and pilots and stadiums. but, of course, it's a good listener too. [ female announcer ] today cisco is connecting the internet of everything. so everything works like never before. . >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report". i'm seema mody with this news alert. netflix is pulling more than 80 movies and tv shows for 2014. so if you were a big fan much classics like "titanic," brave heart and top gun
MSNBC
Jan 6, 2014 2:00am PST
. a diversity of energy sources helps ensure the electricity we need is reliable. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. take the energy quiz. so ally bank really has no hthat's right, no hidden fees.s? it's just that i'm worried about, you know, "hidden things." ok, why's that? well uhhh... surprise!!! um... well, it's true. at ally there are no hidden fees. not one. that's nice. no hidden fees, no worries. ally bank. your money needs an ally. this is the creamy chicken corn chowder. i mean, look at it. so indulgent. did i tell you i am on the... [ both ] chicken pot pie diet! me too! [ male announcer ] so indulgent, you'll never believe they're light. 100-calorie progresso light soups. >>> good morning and welcome back. now for your first look at business. we turn to cnbc's courtney reagan. >> good morning, veronica. the latest gadgets will be on display at the consumer electronics show. automakers and health care companies will also be showing off their latest products. internet firms featured prominently with keynote speaker, marissa meyer and dick costello. >>> jpmorgan will reportedly
Bloomberg
Jan 5, 2014 8:00pm EST
care, new and clean energy for example. ensures is one group that had 10% from the end of november. contributions from companies now become texted up the ball -- tax-deductible. internet and gaming. >> everyone is into that one. it would be priced in. >> yes, it is very expensive. i think some have sounded the alarm. is nothing wrong with the business. here we go, valuations actually justify the underlying business at this point. .alaxy entertainment 120% it became a $100 billion company last year. one important factor perhaps that those well for the overall stocks is that stocks ended very cheap. if you're looking for compelling valuations, here in hong kong. >> >> what about the bears? what are they looking at? not everybody can surely be thinking the same way, or can they? agenda.pends on the certainly, there will be pain felt this year, but that will be china merchant securities. they say that performance will actually be frontloaded. so q1 will be good. that is when they expect inflation to creep up and have liquidity become an issue again. so the recommendation is to pick and
FOX Business
Jan 6, 2014 3:00pm EST
the energy names has been higher oil prices. we've seen numbers fall back and now you've got, again, this harsh winter that we're dealing with. how are you playing it in particular with the nat gas contract? >> well, the crude oil market's been down $7 from its high just a week ago, five down days in a row. we're getting close to the bottom of a good technical support level, around $92. i'd look for this market to rally going into later in the week and natural gas as this cold snap hits the northeast really hard over the next couple of days. but i think long term you're going to see oil really trade in this range anywhere between 88 and 102, and we're really not going to get out of there unless something happens drastically. either we get really great news out of china, or you're going to see a real selloff here because the commodity market's going to fall apart. of. cheryl: let me follow up on something, there's a big discussion that's beginning today since our friends in d.c. have come back from their holiday break, and that is about exporting u.s. oil, about us finally becoming t
FOX Business
Jan 6, 2014 11:00am EST
. ♪ this magic moment ♪ ♪ connell: some energy talk. with congress facing pressure to lift the expected ban on oil exports. dagen: rich edson is covering the story from d.c. >> reporter: a growing discussion in washington, even a willingness to at least consider allowing companies to sell domestically produced crude oil internationally. the government essentially banned exports during the 1970's zero crisis. in november domestic crude production exceeded imports for the first time since 1995. predicting an even stronger production this year, the changing the effective ban on foreign cruise sale is likely a difficult move, one energy analyst say it is a heavy lifting could make many officials less likely to move proactively even though it is hard to make a convincing case that gasoline prices will rise much, if at all, in the event that policymakers liberalize exports. there's already some speculation , senator menendez rights, allowing for expanded crude exports reserve roy to enhance the profit of big oil and force u.s. consumers to pay even more a pop hit. when i'm oil state democrats did
FOX Business
Dec 31, 2013 4:00pm EST
look at fx volatility, energy volatility, metal volatility, it is all very low. it is in the sub10% tile as judged over the last three years. that tells me we're in macro calm right here. could we get as you little spike in the vix? absolutely. i think trend continue to be lower because the economy is healing and we'll march higher just like we did this past year. david: hey, sandy, let's talk about warren buffett's latest bet. he is betting on pipelines. it's a little complex, the piece of phillips 66 that he is buying involves polymers and things. bottom line stuff that makes pipelines run faster and smoother. what do you think of buffett's bet on pipelines, do you think there is money to be made there? >> well, bottom line he is showing there is reason to believe, there's a lot of bullish room in the energy market, particularly at a time where we're seeing energy production in the form of oil at more than 20-year highs in the united states right now and even with oil, production at 20-year highs in the u.s., we're still seeing $100 oil. we're talking about a surging global econo
Bloomberg
Dec 31, 2013 12:00pm EST
braille meant in six months and likely to recharge the debate over the safety of the north american energy boom. the number of crude oil hauled surge from just under 11,000 in 2000 nine to a projected 400,000 this year. company that runs the train is burlington northern santa fe. moore andned by buffett's berkshire hathaway. he is leading the world know he is betting on crude oil ports. phillips 66 for full stock. the product flow through pipelines more quickly. this only the latest of investments. than $4ulated more billion stake in exxon mobil and berkshire hathaway added holdings and the national oil embargo in suncor energy. if foreign buffett is right, one of north america's a gift and most controversial could play right into his hand. the keystone pipeline might as well be a line in the sand. environmentalists and lawmaker hosts -- lawmakers. >> a 2000 mile tunnel -- funnel. if the five-point free billion- dollar pipeline is approved, what does that mean for jobs? it will create 42,000 jobs during the two-year building phase. almost 4000 are pipeline construction jobs. the pipeline o
Bloomberg
Jan 1, 2014 8:00pm EST
pay off. havet together and it will the payoff. it will have the certain amount of energy to it. it might be a little messier but it will have vitality. that is how i feel about certain things. hone it so much and then i will start working the energy out of it. >> this is what a writer from slate said. do you agree? does that resonate with you? >> do you agree with that? does that resonate with you? >> i think -- i feel that is a fairly common criticism. oh, this is something out of a mfa program. >> that is a master of fine arts. >> if this were something out of a mfa program, i have heard about people so many times. get a new line. put different approaches or a new point of view to a single -- a collective of themes together. it would feel sort of like it does to be an actor in hollywood. you are viewed through many different lenses. you are viewed and read through your film roles. you are viewed through legitimate journalists who ask good questions. you are viewed through gossip magazines where all the dirt of your life is brought up. people gossip on social networking. all o
Bloomberg
Jan 1, 2014 10:00pm EST
and the payoff for this speed is it will have a certain amount of energy to it. it might be a little messy, but it will have vitality. that is how i feel about certain things. i can only hone it so much and then it will start working the energy out of it, the vitality out it -- out of it. >> this is what a writer says. this has been branded as a novel, some misleadingly. like a publish notebook full of sketches on themes rendered in a variety of different styles, sort of like a greatest hits of what one might feweft with at the end of a years in a lot of creative writing workshops. do you agree with that? [laughter] >> i think -- i feel that is a fairly common criticism. oh, this is something out of a mfa program. i hear that about everything. if this were something out of a mfa program, i have heard about people so many times. get a new line. that is exactly what i was trying to do. put different approaches or a new point of view to a single -- a collective of themes together. it would feel sort of like it does to be an actor in hollywood. you are viewed through many different lenses. you
CBS
Jan 5, 2014 8:30am PST
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MSNBC
Jan 6, 2014 2:30am PST
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Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 7:00pm EST
money" is next on al jazeera america. ♪ >>> america's energy boom is is causing growth, but putting train on america's infrastructure. plus a doctor makes a case against extending unemployment benefits. and what the brave new retail world means for your bottom line. i'm ali velshi, this is "real money." ♪ >>> this is "real money," you are the most important part of the show so join our live conversation for the next half hour on twitter, and on facebook. all right. the coldest temperatures in almost two decades in parts of the mideast or northeast, have me thinking a lot about heat. so i want .to take a hard look at america'sen by boom and what it means for our country, good and bad. here is what the boom looks like. in the last fy years, oil production has surge to 8 million barrels per day. the energy department predicts that will increase all the way through 2016. that's thanks in large part to frac-ing in which drillers blast water and sand into shale in places like north dakota and texas. the oil and gas that is extracted is helping to shrink the u.s. trade deficit, that's bo
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